What the Hill giveth, it taketh away via the IRS.
Timing is everything in philanthropy.
The torch has been passed to a new generation, and at a steep discount.
And they’ve seen him rap and eat.
The inscrutable, incomprehensible and completely unnecessary legal battle between the former Cooper-Hohns comes, after much time and expense, to its meaningless and inevitable conclusion.
The cryptocurrency enthusiast is angry, and you wouldn’t want to see Mike Novogratz angry.
And by its new CEO’s failure to understand that getting fired isn’t a big deal.
And it would have worked, too, if not for you meddling SJWs.
If you’re not an HSBC employee currently worried about coronavirus, you should be worried about your job.
TCI’s Chris Hohn is trying to stop a grant to his ex-wife’s charity that he agreed to because who the hell knows?
Ray Dalio’s $100 million for the state’s schools lies in the balance.
Who needs Abington High School when you’ve got Oxford, guv’nor?
‘Cause he’s giving the other half to charity!
There’s some hedging afoot in Boston.
Uncle Carl just turned a tidy profit on some formerly donated shares.
Who needs hedge funds when you have hedge fund managers?
Though let's be real, he's still gonna call the shots.
Ken Griffin has much to teach America’s elite warriors, and also much money to give them.
Steve Kuhn's exit from Pine River Capital Management is a masterclass in high-drama kiss-offs.
And it's only taken a half-percent of his fortune.
Thanks to Ken, Chicagoans will soon be able to die slowly of exposure while jogging!